This is
Do you have a modem-related question?
Modemsite's free public modem board: Q&A - Helping you get the best performance from your modem
 Troubleshooting News Technical Search
 Home Forum 56 Premium Site Map
Home Troubleshooting  DUNS Errors  Error 639


639 - No asynchronous net available.

Check your networking setup: Make sure that Dial-up Networking is installed. If your system has a network card (NIC), which isn't being used, remove or disable it. If you have a NIC that is being used, review your network settings for both the LAN/NIC and Dial-up Networking.

Check your connectoid. Make sure it is configured properly for your ISP, and that it specifies the correct modem. Check your ISP's setup instructions for establishing a connection with them, and create or correct your connectoid's properties.

Verify that your modem is working properly using Hyperterminal. Call your ISP with Hyperterminal. (See Using Hyperterminal.)

If you have a PCI modem, it is possible you have a IRQ problem/conflict. Try the modem in a different PCI slot.


Home  |  Links  |  Send Feedback  |  Privacy Policy  | Report Broken Link
Legal Page  |  Author's Web Sites   |  Log In 1998-2022 v.Richard Gamberg. All rights reserved.